dog house


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Noun1.dog house - outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dogdog house - outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog
outbuilding - a building that is subordinate to and separate from a main building
shelter - protective covering that provides protection from the weather
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Wolfert found him at his cabin, which was not much larger than a tolerable dog house.
Schaefer may have some familiarity with the metaphorical dog house, his experience with a completely different type of dog house has taken him to a leadership position with the Michigan Humane Society.
When I was six years old, I was trapped inside a dog house.
When I was 6 years old I was trapped inside a dog house,' she recalled, as she had chosen it as a hiding spot while playing with her cousins.
Bitcoin is back in the dog house slumping 10% to a 24-hour low of 10,330 before stabilizing near 10,600, with Ripple and Ethereum similarly dented amid a rash of regulatory leanings over the weekend in regions ranging from Bulgaria to Bali.
POLLSTERS have compiled a handy guide to tell men when they are in the dog house.
Not surprisingly, America has the most bizarre and expensive products on offer, ranging from a mink coat for your pooch at $750, crystal studded cat flap at $1,644 to a dog house with plasma TV and spa for a bargain $410,000.
Today, K-9 Kondo offers the all metal, chew-proof, weather-resistant two-way swinging door that can be put on a 50-gallon barrel to create an easy-to-build, inexpensive, very comfortable dog house.
After all, no-one wants to be left in the dog house.
The rocker, who has spoken openly about his partying lifestyle, told guests in a hotel bar he was in the dog house.
There's a place made out of plastic bottles in Mexico and an actual dog house in the US.